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Refurbished Wolf Dakota 100 14CFM 3HP 150psi Portable Air Compressor 90L


Order Code: 107696


Refurbished Wolf Dakota 100 14CFM 3HP 150psi Portable Air Compressor 90L

Order Code: 107696



Please note these machines are Seller Refurbished and may have slight cosmetic imperfections and may not be in the original packaging.When you need an air compressor which has a well balanced twin ...



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Description

Please note these machines are Seller Refurbished and may have slight cosmetic imperfections and may not be in the original packaging.

When you need an air compressor which has a well balanced twin cylinder, quiet, slow running, belt drive pump powered by a mighty 3HP 230v single phase motor and mounted onto a large 90 litre portable air receiver, you need the Wolf Dakota 100 from the Wolf Air range.

This compressor displaces an impressive 397 litres/ Min (14CFM) from its heavy duty, in-line twin cast iron cylinder pump. For regular use around the garage or workshop, this fully portable machine operates up to a maximum pressure of 10 BAR (150psi). The Wolf Air Dakota 100 is ideal for car body refinishing, maintenance departments, engineering workshops etc and will handle a wide variety of air tools as well as paint spraying equipment. 

Fitted with an air outlet pressure regulator and twin outlet 1/4 inch BSP Uni Hi Flow quick release connectors, the Wolf Air Dakota 100 air compressor is a must for professional workshops, garages and enthusiasts alike.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

These are Industrial motors which demand a high start-up power supply but should work satisfactorily from one of the following options:

Option #1: A 13amp plug and plugged into a standard 13amp socket on a 32amp Domestic Ring Main with no other significant power being drawn from that ring main whenever the compressor is in use.

Option #2: A 13amp dedicated power supply from the mains board.

Option #3: A 16amp dedicated power Supply from the mains board.

Well over 90% of users enjoy satisfactory service when operating the compressor in one of these ways.

In the event of a 13-amp fuse in the plug blowing, it will not be because there is a problem with the Compressor. It will be that that the motor is experiencing a voltage drop on start up or when it gets towards the higher pressures.

Power supply voltages vary around the Country and if the fuse blows when operating option #1 above, you may wish to try option #2 or better still use option #3 which will solve the matter.

Caution: Never run Compressors from an extension cable – this will cause operational difficulties and may even damage your motor.

Description

Please note these machines are Seller Refurbished and may have slight cosmetic imperfections and may not be in the original packaging.

When you need an air compressor which has a well balanced twin cylinder, quiet, slow running, belt drive pump powered by a mighty 3HP 230v single phase motor and mounted onto a large 90 litre portable air receiver, you need the Wolf Dakota 100 from the Wolf Air range.

This compressor displaces an impressive 397 litres/ Min (14CFM) from its heavy duty, in-line twin cast iron cylinder pump. For regular use around the garage or workshop, this fully portable machine operates up to a maximum pressure of 10 BAR (150psi). The Wolf Air Dakota 100 is ideal for car body refinishing, maintenance departments, engineering workshops etc and will handle a wide variety of air tools as well as paint spraying equipment. 

Fitted with an air outlet pressure regulator and twin outlet 1/4 inch BSP Uni Hi Flow quick release connectors, the Wolf Air Dakota 100 air compressor is a must for professional workshops, garages and enthusiasts alike.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

These are Industrial motors which demand a high start-up power supply but should work satisfactorily from one of the following options:

Option #1: A 13amp plug and plugged into a standard 13amp socket on a 32amp Domestic Ring Main with no other significant power being drawn from that ring main whenever the compressor is in use.

Option #2: A 13amp dedicated power supply from the mains board.

Option #3: A 16amp dedicated power Supply from the mains board.

Well over 90% of users enjoy satisfactory service when operating the compressor in one of these ways.

In the event of a 13-amp fuse in the plug blowing, it will not be because there is a problem with the Compressor. It will be that that the motor is experiencing a voltage drop on start up or when it gets towards the higher pressures.

Power supply voltages vary around the Country and if the fuse blows when operating option #1 above, you may wish to try option #2 or better still use option #3 which will solve the matter.

Caution: Never run Compressors from an extension cable – this will cause operational difficulties and may even damage your motor.

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